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Queer Contemporary Launch

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Fri 14 Feb 2020, 6:00pm–10:00pm

Where: National Art School, Forbes Street, Darlinghurst, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: NationalArtSchool

Carolyn Fletcher AM, Chair, National Art School Board of Directors, Steven Alderton, Director and CEO, National Art School and Albert Kruger, CEO, Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras warmly invite you and your guest to attend the opening night of:

'NAS Queer Contemporary'
The Mardi Gras hub for queer art and visual culture
Friday 14 February 2020
6–10pm
Enter by The Wall on Darlinghurst Road – opposite Green Park

Opening night program:
'Misfit' exhibition launch
DJ Sveta
Performance by Brian Fuata

About the exhibition:
'Misfit: Collage and queer practice'
Rayner Hoff Project Space

Artists: Tony Albert, Archie Barry, Gary Carsley, Brian Fuata, Deborah Kelly, Del Lumanta, Sarah Rodigari, Tejal Shah, Tyza Stewart, Guanyu Xu, Paul Yore

Curator: Scott Elliot

Queer artists have long understood the power of collage as a tool for manipulating the singular narratives that so often exclude them. Misfit examines the idea of collage as a medium especially susceptible to embodying queer experience. Presenting works by Australian and international artists who engage with performance, video, text, photography, textile, painting, paper and sound, Misfit looks at how the radically reassembled can veer us closer to unseen truths, productive ambiguities and powerful positions of resistance.